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CLC 4000 FUSER ERROR?

I have the CLC4000 manual service but it does not appear the specific code E000-0320, I would like to know what "0320" means, thanks for your help. All lamps and thermal fuses work.

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The problem is that the lower fusing roller has shorted out and it may have shorted out the DC- Controler. Did you resently replace the lower fixing lamp. If yes it is wise to replace the dc- controler at the same time. A suggestion from a Canon tech pub... Good Luck....

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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I had a problem start with error code E000-0120. I easily found this was an overheating problem. The room where the printer was located had gotten very hot, so I shut the printer off and left it until...


Hi,
these means that thermistor still reports the temperature problem or that copier was memorised the error code and keep reporting it. Auto shut off is sign of fixing trouble.

To be sure if the thermistor or lamp is faulty, first try under service mode to clear the error.
If that doesnt help you you need to call service to locate problem in fixing section.

Procedure to clear error:

Clearing E000
1) Start service mode, and select 'FUSER' under 'FUNC'.
2) Press 'E000RLS'.
3) Turn off and then on the power switch.


SERVICE MODE:
1) Press the "*" key on the control panel.
2) Press "2" and "8" on the keypad at the same time.
3) Press the "*" key.

Hope that helps!

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Canon clc 4000 error code e194-0101


0101

When the pressure main thermistor fails to reach 80 deg C within the prescribed period of time after reaching 50 deg C during warm-up
you need your fuser rebuilt by a technician

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SWITCH (SW4) HAS BEEN PRESSED FOR O.1 SECONDS OR MORE.
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ERROR CODE E000-0320


A E000-0320 code is a fixing unit error code. It is either not warming up or it is getting to hot. It is a thermister is shortting out or a thermal fuse or one of the heating lamps are blown.

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